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post #191 of 312 (permalink) Old 11-30-2013, 12:05 AM Thread Starter
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This is a good pic showing the effect of sidecut radius. Short is good for slow riding, long is good for bombing

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This is a good pic showing the effect of sidecut radius. Short is good for slow riding, long is good for bombing

Lookin' sharp buddy.

Damn, I want one of those.


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the tiger-veneer on that shovel nose is
*tits!*

you should do one with it stained a little lighter imo.
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I only use clear polyurethane. No stain, to get lighter colours i would just need to use a ligter coloured timber
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This is a good pic showing the effect of sidecut radius. Short is good for slow riding, long is good for bombing

This eclipses Shreds tit photo by some way, damn.

You can really see the rocker in the nose too on this shot.
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That nose rocker profile is what makes them float so well. You dont even need much lift, just gradual transition and it will climb to the top no matter how deep the powder is.

Thats yours 2nd from the left dreampow. 166 with 14m sidecut.
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subarashi.

The side cut almost looks deep in comparison to its neighbors, but 14m is actually quite a monster about double my current deck.

What are the others? 18m?
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From left to right
16m. 14m. 8m. 16m
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This is my favorite board thread. Fine job
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Cheers TMX.
Here is the split in some better light
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